Louisville wide receiver James Quick and Kentucky defensive end Jason Hatcher, former high school teammates, were cited for possession of marijuana on May 26, according to a report by The Courier-Journal. Louisville’s university police cited the two after authorities responded to a complaint about a marijuana odor coming from Quick’s apartment.

As reported by The Courier-Journal, using information from a police report, Quick was in possession of 39.5 grams of marijuana and Hatcher was found with 2.5 grams in his pocket. Police also discovered a digital scale and marijuana grinder in Quick’s apartment. Possession of marijuana and paraphernalia is considered a misdemeanor offense in the state of Kentucky. The status of each player at his respective program remains unchanged, but both schools are aware of the citations.